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satellite corp. 2013] "usa a discussion with today" founder al neuharth, then nbc's senior political editor mark murray. al neuharth died last week at the age of 89. he founded "usa today" and the freedom forum. he was born in 1924 in south dakota. he served in the infantry in world war for. next a discussion with mr. neuharth from the 25th anniversary of "usa today" in 2007. he's joined by judy woodruff, helen thomas and ken paulsen. from american university, this is just over an hour. >> thank you very much. it is an honor to be here. you probably can't hear this but al is whispering to me that that is much too long an introduction for the editor of "usa today." it should be three snns and out. >> that's not all i said. >> you asked if i wrote it, that's right. that's a new record. seven seconds before he interrupted me. we're going to have a fun night. it's just an honor to be here. and i'll be very brief because he will cut me off at the knees, no question about it. but i was fortunate enough to be on the first staff of "usa today" back in 1992 and though we were all optimistic a
hundreds of college students marched to the state house. >>> usa! usa, usa, usa! >> in a city and region that saw so much anguish and too many tears this week has some smiles and enormous sense of relief because of what this image remits. it's the first photo of the second suspect shot throuuh the window of the ambulance carrying him to the hospital. appears to have blood on his face. this man identified as the younger of the two brothers suspected of bombing the boston marathon monday, killing three people and wounding 180 others. the suspect's older brother on the right hand side of the screen now died after a shootout with police very early on friday morning, but his younger brother was still on the run, we believed, officials locked down the area all around boston, shut down mass transit, shut down taxis, and authorities told more than a million people to stay home, stay indoors, work closed, schools closed, teams went door-to-door, searching for any sign of the last suspect, and they could not find him. a couple minutes before seven o'clock boston time tonight, the news started brea
the city, cheering crowds. chanting usa, usa. what he and his brother are accused of doing is horrific. the suspects sho the to death a young m.i.t. policeman and people are paying tribute to the victims at a memorial. earlier president obama had this to say about the stunning turn of events. >> all in all it's been a tough week. but we've seen the character of our country once more and as president, i'm confident that we have the courage and resilience and spirit to overcome these challenges. and to go forward. as one nation under god, in indivisib indivisible. >> his stepson, robert duffy joins me on the phone. mr. duffy, thank you so much for joining me. what an extraordinary day for your familiar len a indeed the city of boston. tell me exactly what happened. >> first i'd just like to start by thanking everybody in law enforcement for doing an unbelievable job. i mean, hats off to everybody about how quickly this, you know, literally 20, almost 30 hours ago photos released, here we are with some form of closure. of course it will take a lot longer for closure for a lot of the victi
! >> condor sucks! condor sucks! condor sucks! >> you suck! >> yay, he's gone! usa, usa, usa! >> usa, usa. >> narnia, narnia, what about middle earth? you're known for your 2 by 4. did you use any other props. >> nothing fancy with b hacksaw jim dugan. just a 2 by 4, flag and the united states of america. no fancy gowns, just a board and the flag. >> i'm kind of a feather boa guy myself. who did you beat to get that belt? >> stephanie mcmahon, of course. >> the real loser is america because it's covering your midriff. >> that's just the magic. >> magic or the terror. come on, you're covering up what god gave you. >> who's your favorite? >> brandy. >> don't get me started. >> aim for the nipples. more oil? >> what do you wrestle with in your personal life? >> madison square garden is the greatest place in the world. >> i love msg unless it's in my chinese food. >> watch pacific standard time, eastern standard time -- >> you just spit all over the mic. >> it's always vader time. >> that means he needs a mouth guard because there's saliva all up and down this piece. any catch phrases that yo
, asia and the usa. my appeal permit was issued on 2013, for alterations to 2030, because the building permit is for a new retail store that will be located less than a block away from my business. the proposed store is a formula retail use for which the conditional use authorization is necessary. it is a (inaudible) based international chain of clothing stores with at least 18 usa retail establishments listed in either in the catalogs or sites or both. my statement refers to my original appeal refers to 13 physical stores in the usa. and which the permit holder now claims are only 8. when i drafted my appeal statement i did not include the internet stores because it was only necessary to show that oska has eleven establishments. >> for purposes of argument, i will assume that oska had only 9 brick and mortar u.s. stores, however, they also have a worldwide network of internet stores including 9 in the united states. now, this is my list for exhibit 1. and this does not quite show all of this. the brick and mortar stores are listed on the left side and the internet stores are listed on
102 hours of searching for that 19-year-old. the celebration on the boston commons, chants of usa, usa. watch. >> usa! usa! usa! usa! >> martha: what a moment that was. molly line reported and kept us up to speed on every development as it unfolded. she joins me now live this morning from watertown. good morning, molly >> good morning. we're here on franklin street where the capture occurred. as you can see, the neighborhood is awake today. everyone was allowed out of their homes when the shelter that -- the order to stay chevroletered was lifted. it's a beautiful day and the square is alive with folks coming here. it's a little farther down at the end ofhe block where the federal authorities are pouring over that evidence that they have. of course, there is the boat to be looked at. but last night, incredible video was caught by a resident here in the neighborhood and saw everything go down. look at this video. the man, bob glatz, he was there when the law enforcement pulled up, along with his nephew and the entire neighborhood became an enormous crime scene in the final moments. here
desde el lugar para contarnos como se usa el logo de la oea. >> el auto que también tenía placas diplomaticas era usado por delincuentes para transportar armas y drogas y no eran detenidos por ser supuestamente una organización de ayuda humanitaría. >> se usan simbolos de organizaciones internacionales para contrabandear. >> no es primera vez porque se han usado ambulancia en zonas de guerra. >> el delito es de perfidia y esta contemplado en la constitución. >> se ha visto este caso en el caso de ingrid betancour. >> no hubo heridos muertos y fue planificado por colombianos. >> en los 90 se conocio también que militares transportaron armas. >> catatumbo es buscado no se sabe si reemplazara a los líderes y es parte del secretariado. >> se sigue diciendo en argentina que no se respondio a tiempo ante la catástrofe y hasta se les insulto. >> me mato hasta el perro no puedo más. >> en la ciudad de la plata es donde hubo más víctimas con más de 50 muertos miles de personas lo perdieron todo. >> aquí no se arrimo nadie. >> los vecinos ayudaron entre si las autoridades no re
days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. >>> tom busey is the president of the "u.s.a. today" sports media group. he ran the marathon yesterday. he finished only minutes before the bombs detonated. susan davis is the chief congressional correspondent for "u.s.a. today." both are joining us from boston. thank you very much. tom, as someone who ran the marathon, tell me about the day. tell me what you went through and what you saw. >> well the day was a spectacular day. the weather was much like the weather we're having here now. and there was just a great day. the city of boston really came out as it does every year for a great race. the amount of selflessness going on was great. runners are running for causes as i was. and you know, i was coming around a corner towards the finish line and i just thinking about how fantastic everything was and then went through the finish line in about three minutes after i was through. i was walking through the corrals where they give out middals and food and drinks to the people who had run and the bombs went off. and pretty immediate
that the 19-year-old suspect was finally in custody. >> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> relieved bostonians poured into the streets waving american flags. a harrowing ordeal that began with monday's deadly bombing attack at the marathon ending with this shootout last night. >> police are not saying whether dzhokhar was shot in last fight's gunfight but he was wounded in the first shootout with police that killed his brother. >> this image shows the bloody teen in a boat. the boat's owner said he saw smeared blood and pulled back a tarp to find dzhokhar lying there. he was weak from blood loss but refused to surrender. >> this photo going everywhere. a source confirms that this was taken immediately after dzhokhar was arrested. >> what an image. >> this image from a cnn affiliate shows him in the back of an ambulance being taken to the hospital. he remains in the hospital this morning in the serious condition. >> the fbi was quick to announce the dramatic conclusion. shortly after the arrest it updated its website posting on the wanted website no longer said wanted. it says captured. >> this
! boo! >> condor sucks! condor sucks! condor sucks! >> you suck! >> yay, he's gone! usa, usa, usa! >> usa, usa. >> narnia, narnia, what about middle earth? you're known for your 2 by 4. did you use any other props. >> nothing fancy with b hacksaw jim dugan. just a 2 by 4, flag and the united states of america. no fancy gowns, just a board and the flag. >> i'm kind of a feather boa guy myself. who did you beat to get that belt? >> stephanie mcmahon, of course. >> the real loser is america because it's covering your midriff. >> that's just the magic. >> magic or the terror. come on, you're covering up what god gave you. >> who's your favorite? >> brandy. >> don't get me started. >> aim for the nipples. more oil? >> what do you wrestle with in your personal life? >> madison square garden is the greatest place in the world. >> i love msg unless it's in my chinese food. >> watch pacific standard time, eastern standard time -- >> you just spit all over the mic. >> it's always vader time. >> that means he needs a mouth guard because there's saliva all up and down this piece. any catch ph
an campus upon word of the capture tonight. >> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa. >> i don't think we can make it through this. ♪ male narrator: there's something positive being generated in california. when ordinary energy is put in the hands of extraordinary people, amazing things happen. the kind of things that drive us to do more, to go further, to be better. we're dedicated to being a company you can count on, because you've always been customers we believe in. your energy plus ours. together, there's no limit to what we can achieve. >>> also for those affected in boston following the boston marathon bombings. we kindly ask that you please join us now in remembrance with a moment of silence. >> that was before the start of the indians versus astros baseball game in houston. the victims of the fertilizer plant explosion but also the victims of the boston marathon. >>> the capture of the second suspected bomber capped off five days of incidents. ryan todd has more. >> reporter: the release of the image images let them know they were on to them. at 10:00 p.m. that night it all began to unr
is finally unveiled next week. joining me to talk about it "u.s.a. today's" immigration reporter and the national editor of the cook political report. okay, allen, this is an issue, dare i say it, that has been since the election, quite bipartisan. do we expect it to continue? we're now getting down to it. they're expected to release a bill next week? >> part of the reason you're seeing such a long delay, first they said march, now early april, now getting into may. when they start actually voting on the bill. but it's going along. you know these eight original senators that signed up for this thing, they're still in there. they're trying to file this thing either tomorrow or it looks like more like early next week. still hanging in. >> that's a key point. is that marco rubio is still in the room, right? the way that you know these negotiations break down is when people start peeling off. so marco rubio is still in the room. reasonable to think that we are actually the ball is, if it's moving slowly, still moving in the right direction on immigration reform? >> i think it is, and
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companies based in the usa are catching the eyes of investors. why the sudden interest in being "all american." in today's cover story.....jcpenney fallout. what's next for the company now that its ceo savior went from hired to fired. and....a growing tax scam targets children in an attempt to ripoff a refund. plus....why mechanics are charging more for a checkup on your car.. first business starts now. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas good morning.it's wednesday, april 10th.i'm angela miles.in today's first look new highs for the dow and s&p helped by better than expected earnings news from alcoa..the blue chips broke through to a record high close yesterday.the nasdaq added 16 points. the s&p had an intra day high, but fell shy of a record finish.gold rushed up $13,oil edged up 67 cents, first solar stole the spot light with shinning earnings expectations that stock soared 12 dollars..as the solar panel company clued in wall street ser sales will come in hotter than anticipated.and, the high flying blue angels are grounde
to attack usa but i don't know where is usa. >> jimmy: u.n. and south korean officials today say they're highly confident that north korea will launch a media-range missile anytime now. which i guess means dennis rodman failed. the missiles are believed to have a range of about 2,000 miles. no one knows for sure, but they could hit targets in japan and south korea for sure, even possibly hawaii and guam, which is bad. and yet why do i feel like this whole thing could be solved by sending kim jong-un a disneyland park hopper pass? dick cheney weighed in at a leadership meeting yesterday. he described kim jong-un as unpredictable and said, quote, we're in deep doo-doo. we go live to jonathan bines in washington. what do you make of what former vice president said about the doo-doo. >> we know it is deep, but right now there's no consensus on how deep. some in the house believe the doo-doo is so deep it's actually bottomless boom-boom. others believe it's a simple puddle of poo-poo. >> jimmy: well, thank you, jona
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. it is like the usa becomes harvard usa and it is like applying to college. if you have the goods -- the statue of liberty is out there. she is not shining a light on this pathway and give me your poor and tired and huddled masses. this is about -- she has her arms folded and show me what you got. this meritocrasy. asian-americans are vocal about what is going on in the bill. it cuts out the brother/sister preference. it cuts out older married children over 30. everything that brought together family unification. that used to be the core value of immigration policy. >> i know there are members of congress, especially congress member gutierrez of illinois. we will see how that shakes out in the months to come. it will be interesting to see how the tension between the need for the high skilled workers and welcoming families in the country and how it plays out. >>> at this hou residents are meeting in richmond to discuss the fire at the chevron refinery. the blast sent 15 people to local hospitals. a preliminary report accuses chevron of negligent and ignoring maintenance and patchin
now at eight. a week that began in fear ends in relief (crowd chanting) usa! usa! boston residents jubilant at the news that the search for the suspects in monday's bombing can no longer do any harm. the citizens of boston and the area can be confident that the threat has been tamurlahn sarneyv. dead in a police shootout early this morning. just hours ago, his brother is discovered hiding in a boat stored in a nearby back a final round of gunfire and then the words that everyone >> "we got him." those are the words from the boston police commissioner. to mayor tom menino about the apprehension of suspect but the world still has it, and how he eluded police grant? patriot's day in massachusetts. monday, april 15th. 19th -- when america could breathe a sigh of relief. happened in between. west of boston gunfire >> that should up happening is about four hours ago in an intense gunbattle with police in the over and the older brother dying. after that gunfight police eventually move fan and arrested the suspect. boston police commissioner tells us how it went down. >> he walked outside
. >> reporter: mayor tom menino tweeting simply, we got him. in the surrounding neighborhoods, cheers of usa! usa! broke out as law enforcement simply took a sigh of relief. >> we are eternally grateful for the outcome here tonight. we have a suspect in custody. we're exhausted, folks. but we have a victory here tonight. but let's not forget those people along the way. >> reporter: as the night drew to a close, the president addressed a grateful nation. >> all in all, this has been a tough week. but we've seen the character of our country once more. >> reporter: tonight, dzhokhar tsarnaev is in serious condition at beth israel medical center, being treated for his injuries. and the city can finally sleep. for "nightline," i'm linsey davis in watertown, massachusetts. >> our thanks to linsey davis. >>> coming up next for us, faces of terror. what drove these proverbial boys next door to unlaunch allegedly a deadly reign of terror. progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you
the streets and chanting things like "usa, usa," and "this is boston," and they were related after the week of terror was over. i do want to mention, and this is so important when you look at the scenes and you see the jubilation, guys, this city has not recovered. they have a long way to go. at this hour 58 people still hospitalized from injuries from the horrific attack. three incritical condition, two children. and we have four lives lost in all of this, 8-year-old martin richard, the chinese exchange student, lingzi lu, and krystle campbell, and the officer sean collier shotdown. >> so many questions. motive? was there anybody that may have helped them? why did they shoot that police officer? all these questions still remain. the oldest brother, tamerlan tsarnaev in-laws and wife are asking the public to please respect their privacy at this time. and as we know, tamerlan was the bombing suspect killed in a shoot-out with police. a statement issued outside the family's north king's town rhode island home rings, quote, our daughter has lost her husband today, the father of her child. we c
five". [ cheers and applause ] >> usa! usa! usa! >> it's a day of relief for the people of watertown, the people of boston and the rest of the nation as the two suspects in monday's bombing have either been captured or killed. the entire country killed the commonwealth after suspect number 2, dzhokhar tsarnaev, was apprehended and what a sight it was when residents poured out of their homes to applaud law enforcement. suspect number 1, tamerlan tsarnaev, killed earlier in the day after a wild shootout. we've got jam packed hour today. adam housley is outside beth israel hospital where suspect number 2 is under guard. catherine herridge is following the investigation. here in studio is america's mayor, mayor rudy guiliani. first let's go to adam in boston. bring us up to date on the very latest. >> yes. we're hearing from the f.b.i. there may be a statement coming out at some point in the next couple of minutes. we haven't heard from them since last night. we heard about the suspect brought here in certificates condition. i'll step away. you can see the police presence is here at the
michaels of usa today. with the situation continuing, we want to turn to jim michaels for our first question. >> the administration says it is likely that the assad regime has used chemical weapons against their own people. previously the obama on said it is the bottom line. >> that is the question. they are trying to decide you use the weapons. there is a bit of a divide on that. is seems likely that by whom and under what circumstances we will have to determine. what do we do about it backs the president said it was a red line. my thing is how we are conscious of how we respond. i do not want to commit u.s. forces to syria. i think that being able to secure the weapons is difficult. but our international partners about how we proceed. what has not been said beyond the red line is what that means. what will they do? what is the best response? i urge caution. we do not need another war. >> you mentioned intelligence is divided over the issue. how confident are you that these weapons were used? could you talk a little bit about what the division is over and how strong this evidence i
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was shamed to using an iphone. people would take photo offense me. s >> aren't you the tech guy from usa today. >> i was in europe and i saw blackberries everywhere. i didn't see a iphone. >> i think silicon valley is definitely different. we had lots and lots of loyal users especially in places where security matters or messaging is a big deal. those are all places where you find them. >> i'm curious from the development standpoint how do you reach those developers in those international markets where you have maybe this greater opportunity than in the u.s.? >> you go there. last year we ran our blackberry conference in orlando in the middle of may which kicked off the new platform. we started devices into hand of developers. today we've given away almost 40,000 to developers. it took the blackberry gem show on the road. we started out going to 17 countri countries. by the time we were done we been to 44. last year twice in a row i spent weeks at a time traveling from city to city. the rest of my team is doing the same thing. they went ever where. >> we'll levave it there. thank you for
of events for them. chants breaking out of "usa, usa." >>> well, it was one of the most compelling images from the capture of tsarnaev and that is a picture of him in and ambulance covered in blood right there. this morning,esque treated as we said at beth israel hospital in boston. that's where adam housley is live with the latest. adam? >> reporter: yeah, heather. we saw some of the same scenes driving through the city over to this hospital after we learned he was being taken here. we followed authorities over to this direction. as you drove through boston, you could see the people coming out of the streets. in fact, at one point about 500 college students had shut down one of the streets in boston, cheering as first responders drove by. others had to turn away. then we came here where the suspect was brought. his brother was brought here as well. he died here, of course. his brother. and some of the victims from monday's bombings were also brought here and some continued to recover here. at this hour he's in serious condition. we do not know if he's out of the operating room and where
: usa, usa. >> relief after the second marathon bombing suspect is captured alive. >> we have our second suspect of the boston marathon bombing in custody. >> he's in the hospital in serious condition. found hiding out in this boat after a day-long manhunt that effectively shut down one of america's largest cities. >> but now, the urgent question. [ explosion ] >> how did they plan and carry out these attacks? and did they receive any help? >> why did these brothers allegedly turn on their adoptive country? and are they connected to a larger group? >> "gma's" coverage of the terror in boston starts now. >>> good morning, everybody, on this saturday morning, where the city that calls itself the hub of the universe is very much the focus of the world's attention. >> that's right. the headline in "the boston globe" says it all. the nightmare ends as second suspect caught. take a look at the scene on the streets overnight. spontaneous celebrations after the news broke. >> a lot of people out on the streets. in boston and the surrounding towns. here's what we know. dzhokhar tsarnaev is at the
bringing some much-needed comfort to this community this morning. usa, usa! >> thank you! >> celebration and release. the second suspect in the boston marathon bombings off the streets and in custody. [cheers and applause] >> nineteen-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev was found hiding in a boat in a yard in watertown, 1/2 last night. arrested after boston suburbs were put on a day-long lock down. day-long lock down. more than 1 million residents told to stay inside as s.w.a.t. teams went door to door searching for the suspect. >> it's unbelievable. i was cooped up in my house for the last almost 24 hours just wondering if the guy was in my back yard, if he was in my garage, you know, or if he was in my neighborhood. >> and he was. cowering, bleeding after a shootout where police that left his 267-year-old brother tamerlan dead. police said they tracked them down after they execute an m.i.t. officer and then led police on a wild chase. tsarnaev, the ethnic cheffian and u.s. citizen who lived here for more than a decade got away, but not for long. his arrest praised by the president. >> we've clo
for the bay. we also must reach out we are the home of defending champions oracle usa with their hard work discipline and training they are out there chriseling their skills with technology but nature seems to rule and we must also think about mr. ellison who invited us in sharing his vision and educating us along with the fact that he chose san francisco to be the city and home and host of america's cup. ladies and gentlemen, i urge you to support that this permit be stamp and validated because that takes courage. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> lisa. >> you can use this one if you prefer. >> good afternoon commissioners. i am a member of south beach yacht club and member of bads. i am also on the steering committee and member of sail sf bay so while i'm a big fan of america's cup and supporter i'm a bigger fan of getting butts out on boats and getting the public introduced to sailing, introduced to boating, and getting them out there on the water. the village at marina green and i encourage you -- urge you to support these permits will allow the public to linger longer to basica
the communist party. he joined communist party u.s.a. a lot of american communists never joined communist party u.s.a. you literally sworn allegiance to the soviet union, and you committed yourself to a communist party u.s.a. caught a soviet american republic. so davis really went to the other side and after that ended up editing -- he was the founding editor-in-chief of the communist party publication of chicago, the chicago star was a down the line pro-soviet pro-stalin publication. did that for two years and then went off to honolulu was a columnist for the record, basically the publication in honolulu. bro from 1849 to 1957. his writings were incredibly anti-american at the time. especially anti-harry truman because turbine was the president opposing stalin. frank marshall davis supposed the marshall plan, the nato he called the marshall plan colonial slavery, american imperialism, completely towed the soviet line 100%. was eventually called to washington that the democrats in december 1956 to testify soviet activities. they then identified him as a member of the communist party and eventua
intelligence is huge. and then he travels from the u.s.a. to russia, returning six months later and u.s. intelligence doesn't watch him? what a massive screw up. massive. in addition, the guy was posting jihad garbage on the internet. and, still, he was not being watched. we simply can't have it. that's a mistake that cost four people their lives and more than 200 others their health. we cannot afford mistakes like that. now, on the broader question, it's clear to any sane person that muslim jihadists are a threat to the world. yet, president obama will not say that. >> when a tragedy like this happens, with public safety at risk and the stakes so high, it's important that we do this right. that's why we have investigations. that's why we relentlessly gather the facts. that's why we have courts. that's why we take care not to rush to judgment. not about the motivations of these individuals, certainly not about entire groups of people. >> bill: but, of course, it's all about motivation and it is about a specific group of people. president obama is wrong, seriously wrong. it's clear the
here first? u.s.a. number one first. that's the first line of constitution. [ laughter ] >> we should be fixing america and it should be the economic priority but you can't stop the world, get off and get on when you get good and ready. other people's lives are unfolding and fixing america in part depends upon having a more receptive world to improve in, one that makes our growth more relevant and more effective. it doesn't cost a lot of money. we give a smaller percentage of our income in foreign assistance, the u.s. government does, than any other major country in the world. >> stephen: but this is one of the cutoffs i'm going to do here. [ laughter ] but the assistance we give is better assistance because it's america doing it. why do we have to match the rest of the world? who wants help from sweden? >> first of all, i'm not sure it is better. >> stephen: you just said america's assistance is not better than other countries. you are saying help from belgium is as good as help from the united states. >> i didn't say that. [ laughter ] i said that there are a lot of other countries
, more than ever, touting the fact that your product is made in the usa is a big draw for customers. and it seems that americans are willing to pay more, sometimes even much more for products that are made here. when george had trouble finding a high-quality stylish pair of american made shoes, he decided he'd make them himself. and in the process, he stoked the artisan economy supporting not only his business but also reviving and supporting two other small businesses along the way. george grew up working in his family's suburban chicago cobbler shop. there he watched and learned the old world craft of repairing and rebuilding shoes from his father, john, an immigrant from greece. >> the first time my dad ever brought me to the shoe repair, he said by the end of the day you have to haveipolished. and at the time i didn't know what he was trying to do. scare me. he didn't want me to go into the shoe business. >> kids get dirty, you know, and it's nice. >> after college george start add career as a teacher, but soon found himself daydreaming about being his own boss and going into th
, but it seems that now touting the fact that your product is made in the usa is a big draw for customers. and it seems that americans are willing to pay more, and sometimes even much more for products that are made here. when george villagos had trouble finding a stylish american-made pair of shoes, he decided to make them himself, and stoked the artisan economy and supporting not only his business, but supporting two thri thriving businesses along the way. george villagos grew up working in his family's suburban chicago shoe shop. he learned the craft of building and repairing shoes from his father, an immigrant from greece. >> the first time my dad brought me to the shoe repair, he said by the end of the day, you have to have all of these shoes polished and at the time i didn't know what he was trying to do, but he was trying to scare me, because he didn't want me to get into the shoe business sglcht it is a lot of work, you know. the kids get dirty, you know, and it is not easy. >> after college, george started a career as a teeacher and then soon started to daydream about being his o
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. as you can see, there's basically been a parade of vehicles. "usa, usa" chants throughout the crowd. just a little while ago, we had one of the first armored vehicles come through and he had a loud speaker that he was able to talk to the people in the neighborhood, they were cheering and saying thank you. and he said, it was a pleasure, it was a pleasure and he started "usa" and he said, "bpd" for boston police department. we have another batch of heroes, people are revering these police officers. they've been feeling, you know, terrorized, not just since 2:00 this morning, but essentially since monday, you know, so, a huge sense of relief. and more and more people, as you can see, hundreds of people out here to cheer on and thank all of the police involved in this abopprehensio apprehension. >> and the police department sending out yet another tweet, which is in the thoughts of all of us. "in our time of rejoicing, let us not forget the families of martin richard, krystle campbell, sean collier and lu lingzi." in case someone didn't hear it, bianna, i would like you to repeat for everyon
gorving.com. >>> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> that was the streets of boston and surrounding towns last night, clearly people so excited that this second suspect now in custody. justice department official tells cnn the 19-year-old suspect will not be read his miranda rights. the government is evoking what's called the public safety exception that lets authorities question a suspect without warning him first. this allowed in cases of immediate danger. >> senators john mccain and lindsey graham in a statement said dzhokhar tsarnaev should be treated as a potential enby combat nt. "now that the suspect is in custody the last thing we should want for him is to remain silent. under the law of war we can hold this suspect as a potential enemy combatant not entitled to miranda warnings or the appointment of counsel." with us now from new york is paul callan, former new york prosecutor. what are police trying to find out from him at this point? >> i think we're trying to find out what things, first, are there other unexploded bombs out there that have to be recovered to protect the
with a usa today reporter. first, calls, e-mails, and >> i to unconsidered criminal background checks to be done control. -- i do not consider criminal by crown to six to be done control. background checks gun- control. it is common sense. senator patns toomey of pennsylvania. our question for this first segment of "washington journal." the senate votes to bed on the gun control debate. if you want to call with an gun control.oday on you can continue the conversation on our facebook page. you can send us a comment on twitter, or send an e-mail. annie is the capitol hill producer for c-span. she sent this e-mail and it gives a precise explanation on what is going to happen. we will start by reading what is going to happen today. the senate adjourned last night at 6:45 p.m. will occur --te occur at 11:00 a.m. today according to harry reid. at 9:30 a.m., the senate will be in to considered the motion on the firearms bill. at 11:00 a.m., the senate will take a closer look on the motion to proceed for the firearms bill. 60 votes are needed to cut off debate and advance the bill. if 60 vote
use. we'll talk more about that this morning. what states are doing on the gun front. in the "u.s.a. today"'s paper, saying states are looking to tax guns and amo. we'd like to hear from you this morning. do you think stats should tax guns and ammunitions? ere are the numbers to call -- online.also find us from the u.s.t. today, states are looking to tax guns and amo. it would be used for licensing and mental health and victim services. we would like to get your impressions about this. here's a story by judy keen. u.s. arment looks at other states and what they're doing. maryland, maryland general assembly passed a bill that includes a fee up to $25 for handgun licenses. we'll look at some of the other states grappling with this question. but first let's take a listen now to the governor of connecticut. he was on cnn's state of the union yesterday. guns, of course, an issue and gun violence an issue in connecticut, home of the newtown shootings back in december at sandy hook elementary school. the connecticut governor was responding to comments made by the executive vice president o
>> welcome to a special saturday edition of "the five". [ cheers and applause ] >> usa! usa! usa! >> it's a day of relief for the people of watertown, the people of boston and the rest of the nation as the two suspects in monday's bombing have either been captured or killed. the entire country killed the commonwealth after suspect number 2, dzhokhar tsarnaev, was apprehended and what a sight it was when residents poured out of their homes to applaud law enforcement. suspect number 1, tamerlan tsarnaev, killed earlier in the day after a wild shootout. we've got jam packed hour today. adam housley is outside beth israel hospital where suspect number 2 is under guard. catherine herridge is following the investigation. here in studio is america's mayor, mayor rudy guiliani. first let's go to adam in boston. bring us up to date on the very latest. >> yes. we're hearing from the f.b.i. there may be a statement coming out at some point in the next couple of minutes. we haven't heard from them since last night. we heard about the suspect brought here in certificates condition. i'll step
. a fiscal sinkhole, and now families, u.s.a., which is the far left group that supports all out, full monte, socialized medicine, is back trying to recruit a diverse group of members to lobby for, guess, they'll dahl it the affordable care act and we really mean it this time. >> neil: think about what is going on here. a number of democratic congressmen who are saying, about these medical device taxes, a lot of our constituents are stuck paying for that and we want that out of there. so apparently they said, let's see what we can do to get it out of there but they have to make up the revenue. so they go, let's hit up the rich. we have already done that. so they're run out of openings so what they're saying here, think, is let redo a big chunk of this in a separate sidecar deal, i think, that would address all this. right? >> yes. if you read the actual quote-unquote proposals they're floating now that all of the healthcare trade magazines and blogs are heavy breathing about, it's not really clear what exactly people are signing on to they've recruited the ceo of essential health and some ot
and character. >> and this is the moment mem nilse cent of the learning osama bin laden was dead. chant of usa. usa. listen to (chants) this. (chanting usa) >> thank goodness. that the moment that everyone needed so badly. that moment of recognition that this young man was not going to slip through their fingers in boston. >> yeah, i tell you, people are back out again. you can see the same shopping street here in boston, i mean it was a ghost town all week. fich days, monday through friday and i heard a horn a bit earlier and you know boston is getting back to normal . say hello to a couple of bostonians. you ran the race on monday and finished an hour before the terrorist struck here and you are back for the first time today whampt is your feeling in your town? >> it is eal when you come around the corner, a lot of the crowds cheering and come back today, it was like a moment frozen in time there. it is so different . very emotional to see the tributes near the finish line for those who died in the tragedy and those who were injured and nais kind much a poignant moment. >> you ran last year
for rebates up to $1,000 and financing as low as 2.99% during the polaris xp sales event. usa, usa, usa, >> those are the sounds of an elated boston public last night as news of the younger brother's arrest hit the streets. we now know that the feds had the dead bombing suspect on the radar screen all the way back to 2011 after being told by a foreign government that he had become a radical islam follower. they didn't find any proof he was involved in terrorism activity thing. joining me is the covert operation officer and of a global security firm. mike, let me start by one of the follow-up procedures that the f.b.i. will use in a situation like that when they are investigating the older brother. >> it is not an unusual incident. we get a lot of request from foreign liason partners all of the time. looking at terrorism connection or organized crime conthe russians turned to us and said look at this individual is not unusual. there is a back story and the ongoing brutality of the chechnya russian relationship . that forms some what of the atmosphere behind this and the russians say we h
that question really is the u.s.a. is fighting a war, a war in afghanistan in every war, collateral damage happens. civilians are killed. there is no way to prevent it. it is not u.s. policy to target civilians in afghanistan. in fact, we go out of our way not to. everybody knows that. yet, this woman has the nerve at a white house press conference to equate military battlefield action with the bombing of civilians of boston. very disturbing. but here is something even provocative, former nbc news anchor tom broekhoff apparently putting some of the motivation for the boston bombings on his own country. >> i think we also have to examine the use of drones. the united states is involved in and there are a lot of civilians who are innocently killed in a drone attack in pakistan and afghanistan and in iraq and i can tell you having spent a lot of time over there, young people will come up to me on the streets and say we love america, but if you harm one hair on the head of my sister, i will fight you forever. and there is this enormous rage against what they see in that part of the world as a
students from coming to the u.s.a. wow. beckel will be here. also tonight, dennis miller with some comments on the bomber brothers and what exactly did these terrorists put on the net? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. lone wolf vs. conspiracy in the boston terror attack. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. some left-wing media already touting the lone wolf theory that the two young terror bombers acted alone. nobody helped them kill four americans. and injure more than 200 others in boston last week. talking points does not believe the lone wolf theory. but, well understands why it is being promoted. let's look at the facts. tamerlan and dzhokhar tsarnaev had no money. tamerlan was unemployed. dzhokhar a student. they were generating zero income. there are reports that dzhokhar was a pot dealer and that could have provided him with some cash. tamerlan had no support, other than his wife who is making 12 bucks an hour as a healthcare aid. tamerlan was a bum in
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